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Pointblank Times, January 1978 - February 1978 - Page 9. January 1978 - February 1978. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 29, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4005/show/3981.

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Title Pointblank Times, January 1978 - February 1978
Date January 1978 - February 1978
Description Vol. 4 No. 1
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  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbianism--United States--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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Transcript continued from page 8 is too perfect for constructive criticism. I don't feel that any of us is so whole that we need not challenge our own growth. And to challenge along with it our commitment to share constructive criticism in order to effect social change through political and personal awareness. Such challenges are not beyond our reach. We confine our spirits so miserably. Many friendships are cemented by the unspoken knowledge that we share together the common experience of accepting far less out of life than we ever expected. It is good to feel connected to others in common oppression, but far better to turn ourselves from being passively oppressed into human beings actively resistant to the system that would foster our apathy. Unless we are open to growth, we cannot even begin to change. We so of so, it seems, Every one of when the word yourselves. this really a few gay men w to continue, from their i ten limit our own possibilities in life, and never more than when we deny our potential to effect social change, you men who grumbled, heads downcast, hands in pockets s "sexism" and "feminism" were mentioned, are limiting Many more of you made side comments or walked off. Is 11 the better you men can do? On the other hand, if the ho have continued to dialog decide to allow their growth this community will stand to learn and grow a great deal nfluence. The best insight a leader can give you is the courage to think and to grow—to lead your own life responsibly and maturely and, in turn to lead others to do the same. -Kathy Fire READING RESOURCES 1.) Morning Due-a journal of gay men against sexism. Bi-month- ly-$1.25 (recommend Vol II, No.6). Box 22228, Seattle, WA 98122. 2.) Open Road-quarterly anti-authoritarian newspaper (suggest 75£ per issue). Box 6135- Station G, Vancouver BC CANADA V6R 465. 3.) Magnus- magazine for gay men (primarily). Socialist perspective. Box 40568, San Francisco, CA 94140. 4.) Unbecoming Men-a book to help raise gay male consciousness. $2.00. Times Change Press, 62 W. 14th St.-N.Y., NY 10011. Amazon Reality distributing women's culture High School Sexuality $2.00 a teaching guide What Lesbians Do 4.50 poetry and drawings Eyes 2.95 short stories by Jamie Green Just a Few Easy Questions .75 grand jury comix Plus posters, poetry & more Available at your local women's bookstore or send 25c for brochure POBox95 Eugene OR 97401 January/February 1978